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One of the better tasting cayenne sauces
on 24 April 2013
I purchased this sauce in the hope that it would be the exact sauce they use in the restaurant chain Frankie and Benny's on their Hot Wings, which says it uses Louisiana Hot Sauce, sadly, this is not the sauce, so if someone could help me out on my quest, it would be greatly appreciated.
Putting that aside, this Louisiana Hot Sauce, follows a trend of popular hot sauces from the United States, this being that the main ingredient is cayenne pepper. The most famous cayenne pepper sauce being Franks Hot Sauce.
I my self can not stand Frank's Hot Sauce, as for me it tastes like watered down sour vinegar. This sauce, has an almost exact taste to Franks Hot Sauce, as do all of the sauces sold under the red cayenne pepper ingredient range do.
However, this is at least manageable on your food. It isn't as sour as Franks, but still has a strong taste of vinegar to it, and at least you can taste some of the other ingredients.
I would recommend the sauce if you are a fan of the range of sauces such as Franks, as this will be abit different. But overall, all of the sauces in this range taste almost identical, with minor changes in how sour they are.
If your looking for a 'hot' sauce, i would look elsewhere, as this sauce has zero heat, albeit i am a heat fan, so my word may be biased, but it would be rare to find someone who could not handle this. The only thing to purchase it for is the taste, which sadly did not live upto my expectations, and i will not be putting it on my food as the watery texture will soon turn it to a sour meal.